Top Cat Slot Review
The Top Cat Video from Blueprint Gaming is a 5-reel, 20-payline tribute to the always scheming feline who won fame in TV cartoons way back when. Top Cat – call him TC for short, respectfully – and his merry gang of alley-cats are always getting mixed up in one dubious caper or another, and this game is no exception. There are a bunch of plans and bonus games to choose from and win with.
TC and his gang are on the loose, looking to let you in on the loot! Play with these money-hungry toms at one of these friendly and trustworthy slot sites:
How to play
Click the Bet button at left to choose your stake from £0.20 to £100. Or change your bet amount by clicking the up or down triangles. Choose the autoplay option to let it ride or choose conditional stops. Or just click the big spin button to start the game. All 20 paylines are active.
High-value symbols include:
- Fish Bones are wild, substituting for all but scatters: 5 on a payline pay 500x
- Various cat combinations: 5 on a payline pay 200x-400x
- Playing cards: 5 on a payline pay 50x-100x
Anytime a bonus feature is achieved, you can Collect the feature or Gamble to try for more. Even if you lose a Gamble, you still win a cash Booby Prize.
Top Cat video slot is part of the Jackpot King progressive network, triggered by the appearance of 5 JK symbols. In the ensuing bonus game, collect crown symbols and climb up the ladder. Get 15 or more and you enter the Wheel King section to spin for possible Big Win Multipliers and the Progressive Pot. Maximum single-game win in TC is £250,000 or 10,000 x bet – whichever is reached first.
The following features can appear at any time:
Brain’s Water: As reels spin, Brain appears with a fire hydrant near each reel. He uses his wrench to release water from each hydrant, potentially turning each reel wild before moving on to the next reel.
Choo Piano: As the reels spin, Choo walks onscreen to the centre of the reels. Brain swings in on a rope and a Piano drops on Choo’s head., causing a bump accompanied by stars which float onto the reels and turn symbols into wilds.
Spook’s Mice as Nice: TC appears from his rubbish bin blowing his whistle. Mice appear next to each reel symbol, rearranging them for wins. Whenever TC blows, the mice rearrange wins till Dibble the cop appears.
Benny’s Colossal TVs: As the reels spin, Benny appears, pressing a button on his remote, adding TVs to the reels, each bearing a symbol concealing a mystery prize.
Bonus symbols appearing on reels 1, 3 and 5 will trigger one of the Master Plan Bonus games:
Cash Picker: in a back alley, pick rubbish from a garbage truck. Choose a bin and hope for the best!
Maharajah Heist: A multiplier trail leads up the side of a hotel, and a big money board lets you roll a die. Get high, win more!
Diner Free Spins: Sit with the gang at a diner counter. Meal-tickets buy you dishes with various bonus values.
Dibble’s Free Spins: Set in a rain street, different wilds appear and sometimes collide or cover multiple reels until all free spins are used.
Construction Site Wilds: Multiple wilds appear, letting you to collect TC stickers moving from reel to reel. The higher you reach, the more free spins you win.
A special bonus feature appears when the Hot Dog Wild shows on Reel 5:
Fancy Fancy’s Hot Dog: A street vendor appears with his cart. FF and the Gang appear with a fishing rod, re-spinning the reels. With each spin the cart moves to the left. This fishing expedition goes on till the cart has moved to the first reel. Only then does the enraged vendor return to reclaim his lost (or stolen!) property.
Graphics and Sounds
Top Cat features simple cartoon-like graphics of TC and all the members of his Gang, as well as playing card symbols. The real fun comes when the bonus features trigger animations and recordings true to the spirit of the classic TV show, including the Brooklyn-accented Boss.
With tons of bonus features and animals wreaking havoc on the reels, Top Cat and his fellow felines can turn you into one fat cat overnight! Give these naughty, witty kitties a spin at one of our recommended slot sites and you may soon find yourself – with your newly acquired sports car engine – purring.
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Mark Angus is a professional writer and editor currently based in Adelaide and London. Mark writes on a variety of sports betting and gaming topics, most notably football and cricket (he has been a season ticket holder at Fulham for far too many years), as well as horse racing, in particular jumps racing. In addition, Mark produces website content, blogs and articles for a variety of publications, organisations and businesses, and has extensive experience in writing for all forms of online, print and broadcast media.